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Raynham, MA-------Margaret (Peg) R. Willis, 93, passed away peacefully on September 5, 2021. Peg was born in Boston, the daughter of the late Michael C. and Nora M. (Kelliher) Brown. Peg was raised and educated in Dorchester. Peg was predeceased by her beloved husband of 57 years, George L. Willis. Prior to living at All American Assisted Living of Raynham for the last 4 years, Peg was a resident of Easton for 63 years. Peg was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, aunt and friend. She deeply loved spending time with her family and friends. Peg and George enjoyed summers at Cape Cod and had a love for music where they took every opportunity to dance at family events. Peg was known for her kindness and gentle spirit and was loved by and brought joy to those around her. She is lovingly survived by her sons, Steven Willis and his wife Karoline of East Bridgewater, Robert Willis and his wife Mary Elizabeth of Georgetown, and her daughter, Susan Gebhardt and her husband Kenneth of Coventry, RI; six grandchildren, Amanda of Jamaica Plain, Michael of Templeton and Paige Willis of East Bridgewater and John of Dulles, VA, Nathan and Brendan Willis of Georgetown; and several nieces and nephews. The family would like to thank the wonderful staff of All American Assisted Living of Raynham, Compassionate Care Hospice and Good Samaritan Medical Center for their expertise and guidance and their loving care of our mother for the past 4 years. At the request of the family, funeral services will be private. Internment will be in the Massachusetts National Cemetery in Bourne. In lieu of flowers, donations in Peg's memory may be sent to your favorite charity. Arrangements are by Kane Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 605 Washington Street, Easton. For condolences visit